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Look Ma No Hands

Because typical mountain biking is just too mainstream, Antoine Boulard releases a video of him bombing a trail...with no hands. 

It's a wild video, but we'll stick to riding with our hands at 10 and 2.

Wow that’s skill!

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WATCH: Mountain Biker Jumps the Tour de France, Again
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WATCH: Mountain Biker Jumps the Tour de France, Again

WATCH: Mountain Biker Jumps the Tour de France, Again

Well, the Tour de France finally got interesting this year. While it’s certainly not the first time someone’s done this, Alexis Bosson certainly styled his jump this year. Not only did he clear the pack and make it on international TV, he threw a big ol’ suicide no-hander over the road gap. Check out Bosson's POV:

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POV From the World’s Craziest MTB Race
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POV From the World’s Craziest MTB Race

POV From the World’s Craziest MTB Race

For those of you who don’t know about the Megavalanche, it’s likely the rowdiest race you’ll ever see on two wheels. Mass tart. Crashes. Glaciers. Rocks. Crashes. Oh, and did I mention carnage? There’s really not much else to say. Take a few minutes to appreciate the gnar, and please pardon Ben Deakin’s French.  RELATED: 1500 Mountain Bikers Race Down a Glacier P.S. If you really only have 30 seconds, fast forward to 2:18. 

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The Andorra UCI DH World Cup Was A Nailbiter
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The Andorra UCI DH World Cup Was A Nailbiter

The Andorra UCI DH World Cup Was A Nailbiter

Racing is usually exciting, but this weekend’s DH World Cup in Vallnord, Andorra took that to a whole new level. Have we seen a changing of the guard yet again? After seeing all sorts of things go down in practice and qualifying, Tahnee Seagrave beat out Rachel Atherton with a 4.8-second lead on the gnarly track, marking her second victory in a row. Loris Vergier stumped fellow Frenchman Amaury Pierron, so far arguably the rider of the year, with a heater of a run and a 1.3-second lead.